I once had a coach say to me, “Little things make big things happen.” He meant it in a sports context—for example, proper footwork makes it easier to catch a fly ball. But little things also make a big difference in the context of healthcare.
Making Decisions about a New Diagnosis
Newly diagnosed patients often focus on the big picture: How is this going to affect my life? Who is the best doctor? What is the right treatment?
In the process of making big decisions on how to proceed, the patient will also have to make hundreds of little decisions. The little decisions may feel stressful and exhausting, but they add up in ways that can affect the patient’s outcome.
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